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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIPGE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Albert. Pr ide of Through Flirting You will Settle the Taylor ite SATURDAY SPECIALS AT GOOD'S HYSLOP CRAB APPLES. We have just received a fine lot of late Hyslop'Crab Apples, Those are In splendid condition and are equally as good as any earlier in the season. Very special, per case' JAP ORANGES. Fiiflta Brand, The best packed in the Orient. First lot in. All sound. Good color. Fine flavor. Price, per box.............. 75c Price, per dozen SPANISH MALAGA'GRAPES. The first and likely the only lot we will have this season. These are much superior in duality .to anything else to he_ had at this time of the year. Price, per 25c EMREROR GRAPES. Per pound ............SCc CORNICHEON GRAPES. Per pound 20c SWEET POTATOES'. Very special, 5 Ibs. for.. 25c UNWRAPP.EP .JONATHAN APPLES, AH sound stock. Good cojor, .Fine flavor. Small size. Very 'Special, six pounds for.................. 2Ccv RIPE PEARS. Justrjght for eating. Very special, Three pounds for...........................25c NO. 1 EGGS. You will find these better quality than a good mnny sold in the city. Special, per dozen..................................40c FRESHLY CHURNED CREAMERY BUTTER, Clovehrtll rand. Nothing finer.. Special, Two pounds for, 95c PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY. Absolutely the finest produced in Ontario. Pint each T.. V................. 40c 5 pound pails, each 10 pound pails, each.................... FRESH Coast Seakd kind. A fresh shipment, in today. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 MARKETS Rhymes of a Red Cross Man _, BY ROBERT W.' SERVICE. new book of verse Mr. Service, who is in the thick of the? fighting'.in France, has depicted in graphiC-styie the comedy, and heroism exhibited 'by the men at 41 flO the front: l.UVI .'If to be sent by mall allow 5c ejrtra for postage. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS MOTEL. PHONE 1437. Don't Fail to Shop at TICKNER'S Winnipeg, Man.. Dec. tions in all markets were made. De- cember ranged 1% cents in Winnipeg, and Slay fair trade on a dull I market, which ..knpt. steadily declin- iing. The lack of news encouraged the bears in view of the present high prices. The local market _was dull. i Cash demand was fair. Futures j- Winnipeg Dec............. May Dec....... Mar............ I Dec. Maj T.. I 'Dec. Utay July 1S6 1S5 266 185 18714 175-S 179% 181 !i 61 177 i 1S1 172-, Peameal Bacon, Ib. Breakfast Bacon, Ib.......35c Cooked Ib.............; ,Wc Comb Honey, fresh, section 25e WE ARE OFFERING 30c Fresh .Butter, assorted, jar 25c Oranges, new navel, 30c, 35c 40c 45c Table Figs, Ib. 25c Table-Raisins, pkg. 20c Grapes, Ib.................20c CO. 204 Thirteenth Ellison i Phone 364 Finest Steer Beef and Grain Fed Pork Both of the Highest Quality THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MARKET llTTHE'CITY W HOPKINS, Prop.NINTH AVENUE NORTH. Winnipeg Cssh Prices _ i No 1 Nor ,1819s 2 Nor No 3 Nor 173% Nrf 4 Nor 159'4 No. 5 Nor...135% Feed 90 Oats- No 2 C W 59% No. 3 C. W...5S'B Extra No. 1 Feed ".............-58 No. 1 Feod..57% No. 2 f No J 100 No 4 j Rejected Feed Flax No 1 N. W C No 2 C W SEE Woncferf ul Display OF Xmas Gifts, T oy s and Dolls Our Toylanrt is the Mecca of all Children Tfee Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited ?PHONE 555. Visit Lethbridge as Guests Hud-' son Bay Co. and Seen By Thousands Children .83 .80 LOCAL MARKETS i Grain Livestock Prices Track Prices V.'agon Prices Wheat 1641J Wheat 159. Oats 50% Oats' 46 Baj-'w 98 7d nax Flax LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to cows to 6 Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., Choice lulling wethers, Choice killing ewes, 7% i DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal in Continuous Market Quotations on All Grains. Highest prices obtained {or in any position. Future, Contract Grain Bought or Sold for Cash j or on Margins. MEMBERS OF WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE, MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. BAIRD BOfliRELL PHONE 1599 MANAGER ill RESIDENCE MK BUILDING LETHBRIDGE ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR; EDMONTON, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE. WINNIPEG. ANNOUNCEMENTS Wednesday and Thursday Starlahd will recommence Paramount Pictures, with "The Innocent a splendid drama of the present (great war On the first four days of each wsiik thereafter. Paramount Pictures will be Ow'ing to the lengtirof ,1116 program at Starlaud on Fnda> and Saturday, I the management that asi many as possible, who Intend seeing1 "The Two on Fri-1 da> On account of the limited ca- pacity of the theatre it is possible that some ma3 be disappointed Sat f urday night. Miss Tilney, '.has removed to the Royal Bank Building; 704 Ird Avenue South Just Through the Moult.- Most hen1- are about through their moulting period. .They are debilitated. Their'- Egg organs are sluggish. Hess' Pan-acea Tones up the dormant Egg organs and makes the hens healthy and starts -the Pullets laying. _ Packages 35c and 85c J. D. Higinbolham Co. "Alberta's Pionee- The Start Whelesaic anH Detail cKem TELEPHONE NO. 322 The original of R. F. Outcault's1 fa- mous Buster Brown series of cartoons took the city by storm yesterday when he appeared on the streets with Tigo. Buster Brown and Tige here as the guests the Hudson's7'Bay Go. They were so true-to1 the impression left by the Outcault .cartoons J that mistaking the famous i pair, and whan they appeared at the schools during the day the children went wild. Tige lived up to, bis car- toon reputation. "He" is "a "clever" can: ine, and has a whole bag of tricks. At four o'clock 'Buster and Tige ap- peared at the Orpheuin-theatre where a free exhibition was given1 to the kid- dies; Three reels showing Tige in all Ins glory were vshown and were greatly appreciated by the- children. Souvenirs were distributed to every -child. Several children jpmmed the street in, front of the the atre; and when doors opened they rushed in to see the fun. It was a boiatsrvv5' kappy crowd.' Every min- ute of the nrosvam was enjoyed. Laughter reigned supreme. .Bustef and' his famous dog certainly made a liit. Buster and Tige left tbis morning for' Saa Francisco. Lethbridge 'was city in Canada to be honored bj a this famous pair MINISTERS RETURNING. The -Ancient Order of Foresters will _ hold iheir regular meeting in Odd-, Lolldon' >.01, fellows' Hall. Monday, December- 4th, nessy president of the Canadiau.Pa- 1916 AH r Sir Thomas attend 299-3 the Dominion's __ 1 ter.and Chairman Flavelle, of the im- Receivet Buster Watch i periat munitions have sailed Afrs E Jan is. .was the recipient of A silver watch with rob, oeing the first j customer to purchase a pair of Buster Brown-Boots ait. the Hudson's Bay Hev- Canon .T. Hinchcliffe, of Holy Store after (he Buster Brown enter I Trinity cathedral, New Westminster, Regina, Saslt., Dee. F. Wright, editor of the Post, made a statement I this morning when the McCiuire commission opened its sitting Ho said the '.'high 'official source" from which he obtained the information on whichnliB article in the Post on new credits legislation on November 2jst 'was Premier Watson liimsel'f. Mr Wright gave a detailed statement of the com ersation between himself and the premier on that day Pieuucl Maitin, recalled to the sfarid, swore that, he had, not. had any conversation with Mi Wright on the subject of the rural credits legisla tion He gave his onmion that the storj uas based on a document stol- en from his desk sometime between Friday previous to Tuesday Novem bei 21st and the Wednesday following that dav CITY AND, DISTRICT Taber Visitor Nelson Blue is among the Taber visitors in the city today Mason Risch Sleek Ltthbndje Victor Viol- Sheet Muilc and Muiicil Merchandlte. rC Mill Ordtr. Careful SHAMPOO The Comfort, 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 tainment. MUSICIANS NOTICE Kegulai meeting of the Anieiuan Federation of. Musicians will .be held Sunday next at 3 11 m In the Labor Temple lias been appointed chaplain" to till Only One "BROIvIO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name LAXATIVE BROMO: QUININE, Bverjone intending 10 he present at I ook for signature of Q W Grove Cures a Cold in One Day. the Rod Cross Monday Advertisemeiit. night, Dec 4, HI Wesley church to liear the Welsh 'CRoil, will helping the society financially to a greater ex tent by puichasing'tlleir tickets either tfom JacksonN drrig store or the Cu dels before 6 o'clock on Monday even- _. ng AH sale of tic'nels aClhe church faAIA OR iRADE-nor stock or other after- this hour >rlng us a smaller profit, so book early. WANT ADSyTOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION Reserved seats'11; unreserved EMPRESS SPECIALS jronlght Se. THE AHBIVAC Of DUKE' OF DEVONSHIRE -AT j OTTAWA. A and machinery. My. fine 1240 6th Ave. A. S. Good garage and barn at the back. On lots 55x170 feet. Call at the house or Room 10; 'Alberta FOR 25 ivest of Noble. Highly .improved. Good house, good barn Plenty of outbuild ings. Good water. ,200 acres fcummei The Som' leaflnglthe country, 'f M Huff, Room Ulock, Lethbridge.' W812 JOHNGILMORTS QUAKER BREAD THE SALT WEvant to buy a Vietrola tliisnyear. Now is tljp time 'to make your selection of a machine and records; Robertson's Book Store 118 FIFTH rr s. M PHONE 1265 OLD BENTLEY STAND ;